Plesk for Linux kb: how-to
- Plesk for Linux
How to keep .htaccess rules after switching PHP handler from Apache to nginx?
Prior to switching to nginx:
- Log in to Plesk as admin user
- Install htaccess-to-nginx converter extension: How to install Plesk extension
- Go to Domains > example.com > Apache & nginx Settings > Additional nginx directives and click a link as below:
- Insert the content of
.htaccessfile and press Convert to nginx button
- Click OK to save the changes
Note: a featue request to automate htaccess to nginx directives conversion is available here. Feel free to vote for it to be implemented in future Plesk releases.
your extension converter chokes on htaccess to nginx conversion for 404
# Custom error docs
ErrorDocument 404 /404-page-not-found.htm
Can you respond with the nginx directive for 404?
can you guys provide a shortlist of top 10 nginx directives that work on Plesk?
extensionless htm, html, php
rewrite domain.index to domain only
#Header append Cache-Control "public"
# ExpiresActive Off
# Header set Cache-Control "private, no-cache, no-store, proxy-revalidate, no-transform"
# Header set Pragma "no-cache"
# Enable ETags
FileETag MTime Size
Version 18.0.33 Update #1, last updated on Feb 26, 2021 03:12 AM
the convert button doesn't appear at all.
@Xynet please reinstall the extension, the issue has been recently fixed in the new version
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